As a landlocked state in the west of Africa and upper-stream of Volta River, Burkina Faso has the majority of its territory being inland plateau with flat terrain, which slowly inclines from north to south with average elevation less than 300 m. The north is close to the Sahara. The terrain in the southwest Orodara is relatively higher. The altitude of Nakuru peak is 749 m, ranking to be the highest point nationwide. Tie’be’le’, a colorful African village as well as vast stretches of splendid deserts often make tourists stop there . Why not take your UnionPay cards (card number starting with 62) to visit Burkina Faso and experience the charm of desert.